Bates - BX5207 B3 B2 1692

Mr. Richard Baxter. 97 to any One Man : alfo to avoidTy- ranny, which recomes no Chriflians, leafl of all Church-men. Bellies, it will be. a means to take away that 3urthen and odium of affairs, which may lie too heavy on one i an's'boulders, as indeed I think it didformerly on the Bifhops here. The good Dottor thought, that the Judgment of the King's affiic- ted and inquiring Father would have been of great moment to incline him to that temperament but the King prefently replied , All that is in that Book is not Gofpel, My . Lord . Chancellor prudently moderated in that matter, that the Bi{hops, in weighty Caufes, fhould have the afíìftance of the Presbyters. Mr. Baxter confidering the Rate of our affairs in that time, was well pleafed with that Decla- ration : He was of Calvin's mind, who judicioufly observes upon' H